Code Reviews are an awesome way to use the experience and knowledge of a team to create good software. Not all review processes are enjoyable, though.
Here are 6 tips to make your review process better and more enjoyable for everyone!
1️⃣ Make Expectations Clear
A good review process should both be standardized and individual. The terms of the process should be written down and transparent for everyone on the team. Each team member should know what is expected of them and all team members should agree ...
... on the terms. Changing the terms should always be a democratic process within the team. If the team disagrees on changes or terms, it should discuss the issues until there is consent.
On the other hand, the process should be flexible enough to allow for individuality.
I started to take Twitter seriously last year. Within one year I learned a lot about what advantages having an online presence can actually have.
Here are 4 of the more important things that happen when you build your online presence.
1️⃣ You Make Friends
When you interact with other people online, you start to slowly build a connection. You get to know each other and at some point, you perhaps even have a call or a video meeting. This is where strangers can become friends.
Those are the people who interact with you frequently and with whom you have the best discussions. They are there to help when you need them, always.
Those internet friends can also be the ones opening up opportunities to you.